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These girls looked elegant at the show
The quest started on Wednesday April 17 at Kampala Serena Hotel as Redd’s Uganda’s Alcoholic Fruit Beverage, in partnership with franchise owners Kezzi Entertainment and Kampala Serena Hotel called for entries for the 2013 Miss Uganda Pageant.
Miss Uganda Phiona Bizzu (M) waves to the people
“We are pleased to announce the search for Miss Uganda 2013 and invite eligible young ladies to sign up for the life changing and empowering journey with the great opportunities for them to achieve their dreams and transform their communities and the country,” said Brenda Nanyonjo, CEO of Miss Uganda.
Miss Uganda Phiona Bizzu (M) and others pose for a photo
“The judges will be looking out for a young lady who stands out for her poise, eloquence, intelligence, understanding of current affairs, talent, leadership abilities, characters and vision for the current,” Nanyonjo added.
The new Miss Uganda will take home this luxurious brand new Mercedes Benz A-class
The new Miss Uganda will take home a luxurious brand new Mercedes Benz A-class the first ever in the pageant’s history. She will also take a monthly allowance of Shs 1.5M for one year. The runner up will take Shs1m while the second runner-up will go home with Shs500,000 in addition to various prizes for one year.
Other prizes will be awarded to winners in various categories including Miss Congeniality, Miss Photogenic and Miss Talent.
“Miss Uganda resonates with Redd’s vision to further raise the profile of Uganda’s culture, fashion and style industry by creating an empowering platform for young women to express themselves, achieve their dreams and positively influence others,” Dorothy Muttu, Redd’s Brand Manager said during the launch.
The pageant will identify a flag bearer for the next Miss World Contest due in September and participate in various social responsibility projects to promote beauty with a purpose in and outside Uganda.
“Our experience over the past two years as sponsors has kept us working at ensuring the best in professionalism, transparency and events management. This has enabled us to further revamp the pageant with new elements from the search to prize and the grand finale event among other activities towards a world class Miss Uganda experience 2013,” said Muttu.
The three months campaign will include a nationwide search through 4 regional pageants, a presentation of the finalists, three weeks boot-camp and presentation night event among other events ahead of the grand finale.
The regional pageants will identify the best contestants from four regions who will be part of a national pre-selection contest in Kampala to identify the top 20 finalists for the pageant. They will take place in Lira-Northern, Jinja-Eastern, Mbarara-Western and Masaka-Central.